Sex change olympics

Under the proposed policy change, athletes could compete after just one year of hormone replacement therapy. Transgender Caitlin Jenner, who won a gold medal in the men's decathlon at the Montreal Olympics when she was still known as Bruce, would now technically be allowed to compete as a woman at this summer's Rio Olympics. The current system rules that transgender athletes are required to have undergone surgery and had two years' of therapy. While International Olympic Committee IOC have not confirmed the new guidelines, which were proposed at their "Consensus Meeting on Sex Reassignment and Hyperandrogenism" in November, they have posted them on their website.
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Olympics to allow transgender athletes to compete without gender reassignment surgery

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IOC rules transgender athletes can take part in Olympics without surgery | Sport | The Guardian

They delivered a small dose of estrogen and a testosterone blocker and set in motion changes that Harper, who was designated male at birth and raised as a boy, had imagined since childhood. Harper's timing was deliberate—the year-old nationally ranked runner wanted one more race before disrupting her hormones because she knew she'd never run as fast again. The testosterone that courses through a man's body after puberty triggers and maintains a slew of physical changes: Men, whose levels of the hormone are usually some 10 to 15 times those of women, typically have larger muscles, denser bones, and higher fractions of lean body mass than women. That hormone-fueled transformation confers certain athletic advantages, and men on average run faster, lift more weight, and throw harder and farther than women. Sporting events are therefore usually split into male and female categories to ensure fair competition. But this division of the sexes, which has existed for as long as women have competed as athletes, forces an important question: Who, at least from an athletic standpoint, is female?
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Transgender athletes to compete with opposite sex at Olympics - WITHOUT having surgery

South African athlete Caster Semenya was in court on Monday for a landmark hearing that is expected to have major implications for gender in sports. The hearing is scheduled to take place over the next five days, one of the longest cases ever heard by the CAS, according to the Associated Press. The number of races this applies to ranges from m to 1 mile -- most of which Semenya competes in as a middle distance runner. If the new rules survive challenges, Semenya would likely have to take hormone medication to reduce her levels of testosterone in order to compete in in the Olympics next year.
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By Ben Bloom. Transgender athletes should be allowed to compete at this year's Rio Olympics without undergoing sex reassignment surgery, according to new recommendations from the International Olympic Committee. Under existing IOC guidelines, which have been in place since , athletes who transition from male to female or vice versa are required to have reassignment surgery followed by at least two years of hormone therapy in order to be eligible to compete. Now, surgery will no longer be required, with female-to-male transgender athletes eligible to take part in men's competitions "without restriction".
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